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Topic: What happens to those missing socks?  (Read 639 times)
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kimmyknits
« on: April 13, 2011 06:50:24 PM »

 It is an age old question that my brother attempted to answer to his seven year old daughter. When my niece told me the story of the GREEN MONSTER crochet inspiration struck




I whipped him up in just a couple of days about 6 months ago. he was the perfect use of all my scraps of cotton yarn and was a lot of fun to make cause i just made him up as i went along. the sock are made with felt scraps accented with sharpie. My niece and brother loved it. He proudly resides on the bookself in her bedroom.
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